Mystery, Crime, Thriller – The Trial

The TrialThe Trial
By John Mayer
ASIN: B00SYZRN12
Pages: 290
Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller
Formats Available For Review: .mobi, .pdf. AZW3

THE TRIAL Book One in The Parliament House Books series.

Brogan McLane escapes a life of poverty and crime in Glasgow Scotland to become a High Court lawyer. But can he escape the injustice he discovers in the hallowed halls of Parliament House in Edinburgh?

McLane’s life goes into free fall when an old enemy, High Court Judge Lord Aldounhill is found dead and McLane is arrested and charged with his murder. A murky world involving Russian brothels and Rent boys slowly reveals itself as McLane, his blood brother Big Joe and some very unlikely allies from both East and West fight to clear his name. Conspiracy, corruption and clandestine societies are all around.

McLane protests his innocence, but he would, wouldn’t he ?

Low Life in High Places in the Old Town of Edinburgh.

Later you may also enjoy The Cross, The Cycle and The Boots, three short books giving back-story to Brogan McLane and the world of The Parliament House Books.

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